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Comments and Facts
- The human body requires only 0.5 grams of protein for every
kilogram of body weight.
- A 110 lb. person needs only 25 grams of protein.
- A 165 lb. person needs only 37.5 grams of protein.
- 1 gram of protein has 4 calories; thus, a
person requiring 37.5 grams of protein obtains only 150 calories
from the needed protein, which equates to only 8% of a 2000
- 46% of the calories in Romaine Lettuce come from Protein.
- 43% of the calories in Asparagus come from Protein.
- 43% of the calories in Broccoli come from Protein.
- 33% of the calories in Collard Greens come from Protein.
- 27% of the calories in Kidney Beans come from Protein.
- 26% of the calories in Kale come from Protein.
- 23% of the calories in Green Cabbage come
- 19% of the calories in Celery come from
- 17% of the calories in Oats come from Protein.
- 9% of the calories in Brown Rice
come from Protein.
- 7% of the calories in Sweet Potatoes come from Protein.
Articles and References
- 25+ Vegan Sources of Calcium
- A Brief History of Protein: Passion, Social Bigotry, Rats, and Enlightenment
- A Life of Veganism Has No Adverse Effects on Bones
- Animal Protein Linked to Increased Diabetes Risk
- Answers to the Plant Based Diet Protein-Deficiency Myth
- A Vegan Diet (Hugely) Helpful Against Cancer
- A Vegan Doctor Addresses Soy Myths and Misinformation
- A Vegan Doctor Addresses the Protein Question
- Calcium and Protein and Bone Health in Vegans
- Concerns about Protein, Calcium, and Iron: Reducing Meat and Dairy Products in the American Diet
- Death by Protein
- Disordered Eating, Restrictive Eating, and Ex-Vegans
- Dr. McDougall’s Ten Favorite One-Liners
- Eating Animals is Making Us Sick
- Eating For the Planet
- Excess protein-on-the-brain syndrome
- FAQ's About Vegetarian Eating
- Food Chain Newsletter
- Gluten-free Vegan Diet Helps Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Hog Farmer Switches to Vegan Diet after Battling Cancer
- How Much Protein Do I Need?
- How the USDA Keeps Our Children and the Poor Sick
- Is a Vegetarian/Vegan Diet Safe?
- Is Meat Part of a Natural Diet?
- Is Soy a Complete Protein?
- Low-Carb (But Not Paleo) Diets for Vegans
- Marketing Milk and Disease
- No Whey, Man. I’ll Pass on the Protein Powder
- Permanent Weight Control
- Plant-based Erections
- Plant Foods Have A Complete Amino Acid Composition
- Plants rule! New study shows bodybuilders can go whey-free
- Power Plate - Power Sources
- Protein and Athletic Performance
- Protein in the Vegan Diet
- Settling The Soy Controversy
- Should I Drink Milk to Prevent Osteoporosis?
- Study shows that vegan diets can be more nutritious than animal products
- The 4 Keys to Strong Bones
- The Clintons: Chelsea (Pregnant), Hillary Unhealthy), and Bill (Healthy)
- The Milk Letter
- The Protein Debate
- The Protein Myth
- There Is a Way to Help Avoid Heart Disease and Diabetes: You Are What You Eat!
- What are the Diet and Nutritional Risk Factors in Disease?
- What Every Vegan Needs to Know about the Advantages and Pitfalls of Vegan Diets
- When Friends Ask About Vegan Diet: Fast Answers to Frequent Questions
- Where Will I Get My Protein?
- Why Has the FDA Allowed a Drug Marked "Not Safe for Use in Humans" to Be Fed to Livestock Right Before
- Why I Love the USDA’s New Tip Sheet for Vegetarians
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